This book shows through its nine chapters that to what extent the human rights approach have been used by the government and NGOs in respect of poverty reduction in third world country like Bangladesh. It focuses on legal framework and development issues in the light of international human rights law e.g. right-based approach. The book considers the various approaches of poverty reduction in the context of Bangladesh involving the international human rights law. Furthermore, his book discusses about outcome of the national budgets of Bangladesh and inspects the loopholes in it. This book comes to the conclusion that the proper application of normative frameworks helps to ensure accountability and non-discrimination, participation through empowering the poor people. In reaching to the conclusion, this book offers an analysis of the nature of various approaches of poverty reduction, nature obligation of the government and NGOs to formulate a pro-poor right-based budget in Bangladesh in light of international human rights.